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Unformatted text preview: k). Each exam will test your knowledge of material covered since the previous exam, so the
exams are not explicitly comprehensive. However, nearly all of the material in this class builds on previously
attained knowledge. You will find that you will be using information from the first part of the semester
throughout the course. The final exam is comprehensive in coverage.
Quizzes will be given at the beginning of the class on the scheduled date, and should take approximately 2 0
minutes. The format of the quizzes will be a mix of multiple choice questions, short answer, and graphing.
O n e of your quiz grades may be replaced
prior to the next exam.
This process entails submitting a formal written request (email is fine), and scheduling a time to take a m u c h
m o r e d i f f i c u l t quiz on the same topics. D o not s i gn u p to t a k e a c h a l l e nge q u i z u n l ess you a r e p r e p a r e d to
e x p l a i n a l l of t h e m a t e r i a l i n g r e a t d e t a i l i n you r ow n w o r ds. By submitting the request and scheduling the challenge, you automatically forfeit the original quiz grade and accept the outcome of the challenge quiz.
Q u i z z es t h a t w e r e m i sse d b e c a use of a n u n e x c use d a bse n c e c a n not b e c h a l l e nge d .
Attendance will be taken randomly throughout the semester. Attendance is 11% of your grade. So, if I take
attendance 10 times, and you are there for 9 of those classes, you will receive a 90% for that component of your
grade. If you do not miss any classes, you will have an additional 2 points added to your final grade for the
course. If you miss 3 or more classes you will have 2 points deducted from your final grade. Absences will only
be excused for valid and documented University emergencies.
Make up quizzes and exams will not be given for unexcused absences. If you know prior to the quiz or exam
date that you will be missing class for an excused reason, you must schedule a make-up, preferably to be taken
prior to the scheduled dat...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2014 for the course ECN 221 taught by Professor Wadman during the Spring '07 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.
- Spring '07